Picture Keeper Review + Get one FREE
I have a method for organizing my pictures. You might not know this about me, but I LOVE to take pictures, and so I have hundreds to organize every month. I wouldn’t call myself paranoid, but I also know how devastating it can be when your computer crashes and you lose pictures. I like to keep two backups off all my files, I first burn them to a DVD, then I move them over to an external hard drive. This ensures (hopefully) that I will be able to have sufficient backups. I also get my most favorite ones printed, just in case. All of this is a lot of work, and while I enjoy having the security of the two copies, I can never be sure (without a lot of extra time spent) that I am for sure getting all of the files I need to backup, included. This is where the Picture Keeper comes in.
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With Picture Keeper, you have peace of mind, in knowing that your pictures are safe!
The Picture Keeper is an amazing little external jump drive that you put into your USB slot on your computer, and it automatically synchronizes your files so that you are sure that you don’t miss any. It also organizes them and makes it super easy for you to find them when you want them.
It is very easy to use and comes with detailed instructions for any operating system. It even has color photos to help you along. Want to know just how many photos you can keep? Check out this chart:
If you want to view the pictures that you have put onto your Picture Keeper, simply plug it into your computer, and click on the View Pictures button to navigate through them. If you find it filling up, you can delete unwanted pictures, or fill it full and get another drive. The back is blank so you could take a sharpie and write the dates of the photos on the back so it’s easy to keep track.
It also has a nice strap that will help you keep better track of it. When you plug it in there is also a light that will come on, letting you know that it has connected.
Overall I have found the picture keeper to be helpful in my quest to organize and sort my pictures. I love the auto-find option and knowing that I don’t have to worry about sorting through my pictures to make sure I have them all copied.
Have you ever used Picture Keeper before? Let me know what you think!
Disclaimer: I received a Picture Keeper free of charge in order to do this review. This did not influence my opinion in any way.